Virginity for Sale and Virgin = ‘Nerdy Loser’ Perception and… Glad I Ain’t Married Example

Virginity for Sale and Virgin = ‘Nerdy Loser’ Perception and… Glad I Ain’t Married Example

About the mother selling her son’s virginity on Craigslist: There was a similar story about ten years ago. A woman was putting her virginity up to bid on e-Bay, if the guy who won would pay for her college education.

Here’s a weird, disturbing story about a mother who is advertising for a woman – and she has to be “cute” (lookism) – to deflower her son, because as a virgin, according to the Mom, he’s a nerd, but losing his virginity will make him a “college cool kid.”

Not only is that a horrid misperception of virginity and virgins, but I have to wonder about a mother who seemingly feels her son is a total nerdy loser for the mere fact his penis hasn’t been in a vagina (well, or any other body cavity. These days, anything goes). That’s how you measure your son as a person, lady? Really? Wow. That is sick, and pretty sad.

This is so outlandish bizarre, I would not doubt if it was a prank. But again, these days, you never know.

(Link): Scheming mom seeks paid girlfriend for Harvard-bound virgin son on Craigslist

    An unidentified Philadelphia mother wants a willing under-19 ’sugar baby’ to deflower her 18-year-old high schooler, promising to ‘make your financial issues disappear’ in exchange.

    BY LEE MORAN / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
    FRIDAY, JULY 19, 2013, 2:59 PM

    A scheming mom is on the hunt for a good-looking girl to seduce her Harvard-bound son before he leaves home.

    An outrageous ad on Craigslist details exactly how the unidentified Philadelphia mother wants a willing participant to deflower her 18-year-old high school child.

    Arranging for her boy to be unknowingly seated next to the vixen at a concert, she wants the girl to pick him up, take his virginity and then sexually educate him until he goes off to college.

    And she’s willing to pay a handsome sum for the job — promising to “make your financial issues disappear” in return.

    “Please put your favorite type of car in the subject, to show that you’re real,” she says in the ad, suggesting that a vehicle could also be up for grabs for the winner.

    The offer, open to any Philly-based woman aged 19 or under, was posted on Tuesday.

    “I want to find a cute young girl to date him and turn him from high school nerd to cool college kid,” the mom adds.

From the Glad I Ain’t Married theme:

Notice that this mentions that generally, the wives enjoy “swapping” or “swinging” more than their spouses – which again, goes against the secular and Christian stereotype that all or most women are sexless, don’t want sex, and don’t enjoy it, and yes, in light of gross stories like this one, I’m glad I’m not married:

(Link): Is Wife Swapping the Next Hot Thing? Call it wife-swapping, call it creepy, but no matter what you call it, there’s no denying this alternative lifestyle is on the upswing.

    “Let’s face it, it’s easy for a married couple to fall into a day-to-day rut. Work, kids, house chores, bills, repeat…,” Brian says. Swinging adds some excitement to the ins and outs of everyday life.

    And with the ease of finding information and partners online (Brian runs the website http://www.theswingscene.com) and changing attitudes about monogamy, more people may be taking the plunge, says Curtis Bergstrand, a sociologist at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky, and the author of “Swinging in America: Love, Sex and Marriage in the 21st Century.”

    … Not surprisingly, swingers develop more STDS than non-swingers, especially if they’re older women, according to a 2010 study of visitors to a Dutch clinic that provides free screening and treatment.

    Among straight women over the age of 45, 17.9 percent of the swingers tested positively for chlamydia, gonorrhea, or both, (compared to only 4 percent of women who didn’t swing). Of the straight male swingers in that age group, 10.4 percent tested positively for those diseases (compared to 2.4 percent of non-swingers).

    …“I’ve never heard anyone say that swinging improved their marriage,” says relatioship expert and author of “The Breakup Bible,” Rachel Sussman. But she’s noticed that swingers tend to begin their relationship with a “open attitude to sex” and may have started swinging early on. The key, she says, is to establish “hard and fast rules” before you go to swinging events: what can each person do?

    Even though many people assume that swinging is a man’s fantasy, it’s often the women who find themselves enjoy it more, Bergstrand says. Men are more likely to feel competitive with other men, wondering if their wives preferred their swinging partners, while women tend to be supportive of each other within the swinging scene, he says.

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